Free Virtual Consultation

At Icon Orthodontics

Start your smile journey online from the comfort of your couch.

Follow the instructions below and send us eight photos. Within one to two business days, Dr. Sarpo or Dr. Sun will assess your smile and let you know if treatment is right for you.

How This Works

Start by letting us know about you and your smile goals. After that, you’ll take some pictures of your teeth so our docs can take a peek.

Step 1

  • Get your smartphone and someone to help you, then replicate the eight photos you see below.
  • The better the picture you send, the more we can see and discuss!
front smile with no teeth
front smile with teeth
side profile photo
left side smile using spoons
front smile using spoons
right side smile using spoons
roof of mouth
bottom of mouth

Need help taking photos?

  • Make sure that the room is well-lit for the best quality.
  • Hold your cheeks away from your teeth with two spoons while a friend or family member takes pictures.

Step 2

  • Fill out the form below.

  • Drop files here or
    Max. file size: 50 MB, Max. files: 5.
    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

    Step 3
    All done! Now Dr. Sarpo or Dr. Sun will review your photos.

    You’ll hear from us within one or two business days about your treatment plan options.


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